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Wines of Canada
Canadian Vintners Association
The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) is the national voice of the Canadian wine industry, representing more than 90% of annual wine production. CVA members are engaged in the entire wine value chain from grape growing, farm management, grape harvesting, research, wine production, bottling, retail sales and tourism.
This Estate Winery produces ultra-premium VQA wines which showcase Niagara, a world-class wine growing region where the Weir family has deep roots.
Blasted Church Vineyards
Blasted Church is an Okanagan Falls-based creative and quirky winery producing fine BC VQA wines.
Vignoble CARONE Wines
CARONE is a limited-production, premium estate winery located along the St. Lawrence River in the Lanaudière valley, ones of Quebec’s fastest developing wine growing regions.
Crafting wines from grapes from Kelowna all the way South to Osoyoos as well as the Similkameen, Perseus Winery makes fresh, flavourful wines which tell the story of the Okanagan and Simillkameen valleys.
Vineland Estates Winery
With extensive vineyards on the Niagara Escarpment, this winery is also a culinary destination in its own right.
Kacaba Vineyards & Winery
Kacaba Vineyards & Winery is a premium small batch winery located on the Niagara Escarpment Bench in Vineland, Ontario. The winery is focused on producing small quantities mainly by hand.
Evolve Cellars crafts friendly, approachable and fresh wines, providing a pure expression of grapes grown in the south Okanagan.
The first winery in Nova Scotia to be certified organic, L’Acadie specializes in crafting traditional method sparkling wine, for which it has won international accolades.
Malivoire Wine Company
Since its first vineyard was planted in 1996, Malivoire has pioneered an innovative, ecological and sustainable approach to wine growing on the Beamsville Bench in the Niagara Peninsula. Plantings include Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Gamay and Pinot Noir.
Tantalus Vineyards is situated on the eastern slopes of the Okanagan Valley. Originally known as Pioneer Vineyards, the site was first planted to table grapes in 1927 and today is known as the oldest continuously producing vineyard in British Columbia.